Questions On... Faith, Belief
Pages in category "Questions On... Faith, Belief"
The following 60 pages are in this category, out of 60 total.
- Because he (Arjuna in the beginning denied to fight, but he agreed to fight) was satisfied by his faith in Krsna?
- Being influenced by different degrees of desires, would that influence each person's faith?
- But doesn't it (faith) come first because of trust?
- But ultimately you're basing all your faith factually, aren't you, on your reasoning?
- But, Guru Maharaja, if one has some original faith in Jesus Christ or Muhammad, would he...? They think they're sons of God or a messenger of God
- Have you ever found what you believe to be your self? Could you tell us what you found?
- He would like to become Krsna conscious, only wants to know if you believe in God?
- He's asking if this religion is a matter of reason or is it a matter of feeling?
- Her question is... Suppose someone has some faith in life after death, and he also may be an intelligent man by material standards. Why isn't he automatically...?
- How can one come to have faith that there is life after one leaves his body?
- How can one establish faith in the principle of reincarnation? How can one come to believe in it?
- How do you know that you know? May I ask this (we have to find out, we have to find out who can give the perfect knowledge)?
- How the simpler faith of a real Christian, that is not so advanced in knowledge of the Supreme Person, differs in ecstasy or the end result of God-consciousness?
- I believe that there's God in everybody, but why are some people so evil?
- I would like to know your beliefs concerning who Jesus Christ was
- If every moment we are killing in breathing and walking and doing so many things, and then it says, "Thou shalt not kill," so then hasn't God given us an instruction which is impossible?
- If you want to find peace, don't you have to believe that war is wrong, any kind of war?
- In Krsna consciousness isn't knowledge rather than faith the basis for action?
- Is faith in God more necessary than proper protection? In other words, is this process actually more necessary?
- Is that faith (everyone knows the sun will appear, faithless or faith)?
- Is the Krsna consciousness belief or philosophy compatible with the Hindu religion?
- Is this faithfulness, is it a product of the mode of goodness?
- Is this Hindu faith?
- Isn't it (unless one is pure, one will not have faith) is also like a child?
- Prabhupada, even if a person is not willing to hear spiritual knowledge, when you come and speak, a person, you know, can develop faith in Krsna or God. So why doesn't Krsna come and make it easy?
- Prabhupada? If you say that purity is required for faith to develop, what are the symptoms by which one can be said to be pure?
- So faith comes from previous pious activities?
- So Prabhupada, you said belief is enough?
- So you completely write off anybody who says that there should be a step of faith. And would you, in other words... So you would say that science can prove that God exists?
- Someone who is endeavoring very hard for material necessities, is his position the same - faithless?
- Sometimes when we are speaking, people say, in the questions they say, "Why do you say this is a science? It seems that this must be belief
- Srila Prabhupada? What is that ingredient or what is that thing which causes faith to develop in one?
- Talking a lot about in trusting in God. What is the Sanskrit for trust? What word would be used in the sastras
- That is faith, Prabhupada? If the woman has faith in the husband (suppose a girl is married. So she wants a child. It does not mean today she's married and next day child. It is not possible. Wait. You'll have child)...?
- That's elevating them. That faith is elevating them?
- There is no question of belief. The question is whether, what is the difference between religion and science?
- They (devotees) can believe in Him, but have they met Him?
- They (the so-called scientists) would say, "How can we believe Krsna?"
- They don't see how they can have faith if they have no knowledge of God. And they argue, "Well, I don't know God. So how can I have faith in Him?"
- To find sraddha, or faith to surrender. To surrender, one must have something to surrender to. What is that?
- Trust means to depend completely upon God?
- What is inspiration then?
- What is the best way, Srila Prabhupada, to instill a little faith? How do we instill some faith in these people?
- What is the quality of a person who is actually faithful?
- What is your correlation between belief and science?
- When I pray faithfully and reverently, does Krsna hear me?
- Why, is it a faith or belief (first of all you have to understand that there is life after death)?